Menu may not be up to date. Service and atmosphere were 5/5 - food 3/5. Want to chime in? After trying several items on the menu, I decided I should stick to seafood only next time. The Brussels sprouts were delicious. Loved the teres major!Food was good, but menu is somewhat limited. I don’t mind listening to Disney channel when I’m in Orlando on a magical vacation. Want to chime in? Fried Chicken at 4 Bells "TLDR: Empty and still seated by freezing door.

The hash was delicious, the apple butter was fantastic for the toast. Great atmosphere inside, very lively.

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Andiamo Italia Riverfront

Had reservation for 4 weeks. The oyster flight is a must with changing selections daily--really reasonable and not to much for the casual diner who just wants to experience the oyster selection. Food is great, some things are a bit over priced however the cuisine is unique and very tasty, music is pretty loudSmall portions that are overpriced.

When we arrived for our reservation and asked for an outdoor rooftop seat, we were rather rudely asked to go upstairs and see what is available and to come back if we had to...once seated on the rooftop patio--which was quite lovely--we were all frustrated by the service and especially the delivery of our food. Server got 1 out of 4 dinners wrong. Came… One week prior to dinner, restaurant called to ask if we would sit at the bar or arrive 2 hours later. Server was so so and appeared to no care wether we were there or not. A total of 6 on a Tuesday night - the place was very quiet. You don’t cover $65 steak in a sauce.I wanted to love the whole experience as it is gorgeous, perfectly located and has great service. I fine dine often and I can honestly say that I’ve never had a worst meal.

Great food, awesome staff, and a wonderful setting. Parking in the lot next to the restaurant is cash only.This place is very over rated.

Best part of brunch (aside from bottomless mimosas, of course).A little overpriced for what you get. Two staff brought me bandaids, gauze, and first aid cream.

Heads up: From now on, other Yelpers will be able to see how you voted. TLDR: Empty and still seated by freezing door. We ordered the scallops and roasted mushrooms and would highly recommend both. The restaurant/bar is sleek and intimate. Billed for food that was immediately sent back. My favorites of the meal? Heads up: From now on, other Yelpers will be able to see how you voted.

Further insult: there were other booths open away from the door. We were disappointed that the fried chicken was not on menu nor was the stout beer milkshakeWe were looking for a good seafood place and stumbled upon 4 Bells. Will definitely be back with Friends!! Count me in!

Brussels sprouts, restaurant week fried chicken and the yummiest White Chocolate Panna Cotta ever!Though the restaurant week menu is boring the regular menu really amazed me. Dined with 4 Bells this evening for restaurant week. Want to chime in? Want to chime in? With $39 and $29 special dinner varieties and a range of cuisine options, you’ll be full all week long. However today’s music choice was a bit suspect. Heads up: From now on, other Yelpers will be able to see how you voted. The crab cake was just right as an appetizer. We were not disappointed.

Menu items not available. Both were excellent as well. We had the octopus appetizer and the oyster casino and we loved both of them.

Great presentation and incredible flavors. We each got one cocktail with our MSP Passport: the gin & tonic and the Moscow mule. Heads up: From now on, other Yelpers will be able to see how you voted. Food cold .

I loved that you could try oysters from four different region. The menu, which debuts Dec. 27, is divided into four categories: tacos and burritos, specialties, sweets and $5 boxes. Intro:(Choose One Selection) Simple Salad: Michigan greens, heirloom grape tomatoes, mild cheddar & Berry-White vinaigrette. Detroit Restaurant Week.

We have enjoyed the rooftop, the front patio, bar seating, and the dining room.

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100 Minneapolis - St. Paul Restaurants to Love This Valentine's Day50 Minneapolis Restaurants to Connect In For Mother's DaySpecial date night and excited for seafood. 4 TINY (and I mean tiny) oysters for $18. My pork chop was warm not hot. Fresh ingredients in unexpected and delicious combinations.My wife and I went out for a date night and had a fabulous night!

The experience fell flat overall.Always a great place for brunch! Always great service!

I would go there for cocktails in the future.Top notch seafood place. My wife and i really liked it.

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Want to chime in? Best oysters & old fashioned in town. Nothing stood out. From the cold share dish to the dessert evey course make me surprised. Some tables were getting bread service and some (like us) were not. From the moment we were seated until we literally walked out the door we had fantastic service! Want to chime in? The brunch menu is simple and to the point. The TLDR: a bit disappointed for a restaurant claiming to be the freshest seafood in the twin city area.

Server was neglectful and gave awful service. Heads up: From now on, other Yelpers will be able to see how you voted. Our waiter was spot on and could ask him and questions and listened to his recommendations and he did not steer us wrong. Had to find server to get water refill. Billed for food that was immediately sent back. On the plus side - the specialty cocktails, oysters and the steak were the highlights.